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Emmanuelle, Queen of the Galaxy (1994)

Emmanuelle shows a group of aliens the art of making love.

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(as L.L. Shapira)
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Emmanuelle
Paul Michael Robinson ...
Captain Haffron Williams
Tiendra Demian ...
Tasha
Reginald Chevalier ...
Raymond
Hu Beaumont ...
Agent 1
Bill Rojas ...
Agent 2
Brett Wagner ...
Agent 3
Neil Delama ...
Aleksandru
Robert Drake ...
Alain
Carl Ferro ...
Martin
Jonathon Breck ...
Cop
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Theo
Sun Yung Gai ...
Monk 1
Rick Mali ...
Monk 2
Kent James ...
Jeremy
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In the series "Emmanuelle in Space", Krista plays the lead role of Emmanuelle-an earth woman chosen by a group of space travelers to teach them about love, and human sexuality. Emmanuelle takes the aliens to such places as Las Vegas, Egypt, and Asia to teach them the wonders about sexuality. While doing this she forms a bond with the leader, Haffron, who falls in love with her. Written by Samstoye

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Comedy | Romance | Sci-Fi

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R
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1.33 : 1
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Prostitute: Will you marry me?
Captain Haffron Williams: Thank you, for a very pleasant time.
Prostitute: Don't mention it.
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1970s style erotica, sub-standard
26 August 1999 | by (Canterbury, England) – See all my reviews

This little softporn flick seems to have a lot going for it: especially, it has (unsurprisingly) a visibly bigger budget and consequently better production values than contemporary hard porn, and contrary to most straight-to-video erotic thrillers it spares us any connections of sex with violence.

However, this alone does not make a good movie. The production values only slightly exceed Ed Wood territory (I noticed a plastic chicken on a dining table), and the cinematography is at best irritating as the camera constantly circles around the couples making love. The couplings lack a bit of imagination and the leads lack charisma and screen presence.

In Europe they made lots of films of this ilk in the 1970s, but this one is not up to their standard.


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